May 19, 2005

I Never Talk About Work...

...that's because I honestly don't have anything to complain about. It's a great place to work (the beautiful surroundings, the state-of-the-art equipment, the warm, friendly associates, the above-average cafeteria...)

Being in a creative field I'm given the opportunity to express my creativity through my work and in some "above and beyond" projects. Upper management is open to new ideas and "processes". Because of technological advances, my job has changed enough so that it's always a challenge. AND I get to write for a living.

Soooooooooo, for blog copy, that makes for some pretty boring stuff...sorry. I'll never bring it up again.


Bill said...

At last! Someone else who is actually having a good time... at work!

I got word today that my idea of publishing a case study about the projects I'm doing has me meeting with the 'Business Director' next week... maybe I'll get paid to write too... this could actually be a dream job if that happens!

I'm so glad you're enjoying the job, it's all too rare today it seems. Congrats!

Karyn Lyndon said...

That's awesome news, Bill! I'll keep my fingers crossed for you.

Sometimes I do feel very alone in loving my job...or maybe I'm just easily

Nankin said...

Since I work at the same place Karen does, I have to say she's right about most things. I love my job. (I've been at it 31 years.) I love the people I work with in the field and many of the people in the office. I just don't like some of the politics. But...I guess that's corporate America.

pooh said...

it's where I work too - and the cafeteria does kick serious ass!